"Every Bride Needs a Groom," by Janice Thompson

"Every Bride Needs a Groom," by Janice Thompson

Small-town girl Katie Fisher is busy planning her fairy-tale wedding. Sure, her boyfriend hasn't managed to pop the question just yet, but that doesn't mean she shouldn't enter a contest in Texas Bride magazine to win the dress of her dreams, right? Anyway, she's sure he'll be getting down on one knee any time now. And a one-of-a-kind designer dress doesn't just fall out of the sky right when you need it.

But when Katie's boyfriend takes a job in another town and breaks up with her--on the very same day she wins her dream dress--her world is turned upside down. Dare she go to Dallas to claim her prize? And will the hunky pro basketball player who runs the beyond-swanky bridal shop--yeah, you read that right--discover her humiliating secret if she does?

This is such a fun book and when I was trying to think of a way to describe it, "Chaos at it's best," was the phrase I thought of.  You cannot help but love the assortment of characters.  I also think everyone will be able to relate to at least one of the characters as well.  I am smiling as I type this, as it's such a lovely book to read.  I will say "Chick-lit," also came to mind when reading this book

This book is the first in the series of "A Brides with Style Novel," the next one due out in October of 2015.   By the way It's not that unusual for some women to have all their wedding planned, but are not even engaged yet.  I know someone who is dating and  has basically got all her wedding sorted....

Stars out of 5 : 4.5, there is no real surprise at what happens in this book.  It's a fun read that will put you in a good mood.  It's one of my shopping list books, where you don't have to think real hard while reading it.  Looking forward to the next one in the series.

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